White House coronavirus task force member Anthony Fauci recently said that criticism against him from Fox News host Tucker Carlson may trigger death threats against him.
The Washington Post’s Geoff Edgers clearly has a man-crush on Dr. Fauci as evidenced by his drinking from a Dr. Fauci Coffee mug, and saying he was reluctant to wear his Dr. Fauci t-shirt, for which he promptly showed.
Edger brought up Tucker Carlson, and his critique of Dr. Fauci:
“I flip around the channels at night, which I probably shouldn’t. And I found this guy — you know this guy, Tucker Carlson? You heard of him?”
“He’s the guy that really loves me, right?” Fauci replied sarcastically.
When Edgers’ asked whether he was bothered by insults from Carlson, Fauci gave a mixed response.
“I’m not concerned about what he says,” Fauci said. “It’s a little bit — I think you could say that when he does that, it triggers some of the crazies in society to start threatening me, actually threatening, which actually happens.
“I mean, who would have [guessed] when I was in medical school doing things to save people’s lives, I’d have to be going around with a security detail?” Fauci said. “That’s really ridiculous.”
The country’s supposed top infectious disease expert recently got a security detail after his family received threats when Fauci supported shutdown measures to curb the spread of coronavirus.
Dr. Fauci Blames Tucker Carlson
Who Is WaPo’s, Geoff Edgers?
With Geoff Edgers posting stories with such hard-hitting headline’s such as:
- Q&A with Chelsea Handler: How the comedian decided to deal with anger and sadness
- Entertainers promised to see us through the quarantine. Even they are running out of steam.
Edgers’ job description at The Washington Post largely revolves around his ability to ass-kiss Hollywood La la land liberals by reporting/spinning their Trump-hate feelings.